RICO Rs75

RICO HD RS75 Available Through iRayUSA

iRayUSA, a Texas-based designer, manufacturer, and distributor of thermal night-vision devices, has released the first commercially available 1280x1024 resolution thermal weapon sight: the Rugged Infrared Compact Optic (RICO) HD RS75.

AGM Announces Adder Series Thermal Scopes

AGM Global Vision, an Arizona-based manufacturer and importer of advanced thermal-imaging and night-vision systems, has announced the release of the Adder series thermal scopes.

First Look: Sionyx Aurora Night Vision Kit

The Sionyx Aurora Black and Pro, handheld digital color night-vision cameras, will now be available in all-new Uncharted kits.

MidwayUSA Brings On N-Vision Optics

MidwayUSA is pleased to announce N-Vision Optics as one of the latest additions to the optics category.

EOTech Acquires Intevac Photonics

EOTech, a Michigan-based manufacturer of holographic and magnified optics, has acquired Intevac Photonics, a California-based technology leader in cutting edge high-sensitivity night vision sensors, cameras and systems.

First Look: X-Vision Optics Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular

Designed with hunters in mind, the X-Vision Deluxe Digital Hands-Free Night Vision Binocular boasts durable construction and a rubber exterior, for extended use in the field.

Pulsar Introduces Thermion XG50 Thermal Riflescope

Combining 640x480 microbolometer strength with 12-micron pixel detail, the new Thermion XG50 delivers 2,400-yard thermal detection range in stunning clarity on a 1024x768 AMOLED display.

How to Use Your Natural Night Vision in Low Light

While we'll probably never be able to see in the dark without the aid of expensive electronics, there are a few ways we can optimize natural night vision for low-light scenarios.

First Look: Axeon NightVue

The NightVue, from Axeon, is a binocular-mounted green laser illuminator, which transforms a standard set of binoculars from being a daytime-only tool, to a round-the-clock optic.

A Beginner’s Guide to Night Vision and Thermal Optics

Alternative optics such as thermal and night-vision optics, while great tools to extend precious predator hunting hours, don’t operate like your average scope or binocular. Here are a few things to take note of before embarking on your next nighttime hunt.

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